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Get Help - Break the Silence

It is not your fault. No one deserves to be sexually assaulted. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, SACNWGA is here to help. Whether the attack happened recently or decades ago, SACNWGA wants to support you as you heal. SACNWGA offers confidential and free services to sexual assault survivors and their loved ones.

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Get Informed - Are You a Victim?

Sometimes sexual violence can be confusing. The more you know, the better off our world will be. Who does sexual assault happen to? Where does sexual assault happen?Anyone. Everywhere. Sexual assault survivors are men, women, straight people, gay people, children, the elderly, people with mental and/or physical disabilities. Sexual assault happens in every community.

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Speak Out - Volunteer!

Are you looking for an opportunity to empower survivors of sexual assault? Do you have a unique talent to share? Do you love events and enjoy working behind the scenes? SACNWGA has a number of opportunities to apply your talents and interests to the work of ending sexual violence!

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Your gift creates a welcome and safe space for victims and their families to heal together. Your gift ensures survivors of sexual assault have the resources they need to be supported. Your gift helps us get one step closer to preventing sexual violence from happening again. Your gift, no matter the size, makes a great difference in the effort to stop sexual assault.

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Sexual Assault 1011 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime.

Effects of Sexual AssaultDepression, Substance Abuse, Suicide

What is sexual assault?No Matter What...It Should Never Happen!

Sexual assault is defined as any unwanted, forced, or coerced sexual contact without the consent or against the will of another person. It can range from inappropriate touching to penetration.

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We're here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.



Rome Office: 706-292-9024
      Advocacy -Ext 10 or 15
      Director -Ext 16
      Prevention -Ext 17 or 18
      Spanish -Ext 12

Cartersville Office: 678-721-9340


P.O. Box 928
Rome, GA 30162, USA


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SAC relies on dedicated volunteers to staff the 24-hour hotline. Volunteers complete 40 hours of training, a background check, application and interview and then sign up for on-call shifts. If you are interested in volunteering visit "Volunteer Info" We also have internships available.

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Our Mission
To facilitate healing for victims of sexual assault and their families through on-going crisis intervention services; to promote community awareness of the Center's services; to educate our students and community about the nature of sexual assault; and, to foster strong partnerships with all agencies involved in dealing with sexual assault.

Serving Floyd, Chattooga, Gordon, Polk and Bartow Counties

Our Guiding Principles

The Sexual Assault Center is committed to:

Serving all survivors and those supportive of them at any time regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, income, ability, religion, or geography.
Creating a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment for survivors and their families.
Providing timely access to services and programs.
Working to end the silence surrounding sexual violence.
Educating our community to the realities of sexual violence and it's impact on the entire community.
Fostering strong partnerships with law enforcement, hospital staff, and criminal justice agencies.

"Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall."
- Confucius